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Low-intensity firing operations continued yesterday on the eastern side of Highway 518, increasing the fire size to 335 acres. Hand and aerial ignitions successfully consumed hazardous fuels to … more
On Sept. 2 a lightning-caused fire was discovered on the Camino Real Ranger District of the Carson National Forest between the Amole Group Shelter and Forest Road 442. The Amole fire is approximately … more
A lightning-sparked fire is burning on the Camino Real Ranger District of the Carson National Forest between the Amole Group Shelter and Forest Road 442. Dubbed the Amole fire, it was reported Sept. … more
Smiling broadly and gesturing overhead, Assistant U.S. House Speaker Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) told the audience about the flight he'd taken over the Río Grande … more
Emblazoned with the letters DRAFT set crosswise on the cover, a stapled copy of the Water Quality Report from Midway Well number 5 lay on the board room table in front of John … more
Goin' fishin' this weekend? Take a peek at this week's fishing and stocking report. more
“My family has been a big inspiration to me in my decision to be a farmer,” said Donne Gonzales, a farm trainer with Los Sembradores Farmer Training Project in Chamisal. “It takes a community to make farming successful.” more
The Forest Service wants to revise how it implements the National Environmental Policy Act, commonly referred to as NEPA, in order to increase the efficiency of how it analyzes the environmental impact of various projects and actions. more
New Mexico Acequia AssociationYoung farmers from Northern New Mexico will gather at Los Luceros Historic Ranch on Friday (Aug. 23) to share their stories about how they started in … more
Firefighters with Carson National Forest and Lama Fire Department responded to a half-acre fire near Lama Monday afternoon (Aug. 19), but now have the fire under control. Denise Ottaviano, public … more
Cell service in the Taos area could see a little boost following the Taos County Planning Commission’s regular Wednesday (Aug. 14) meeting.    The commission voted unanimously … more
The outdoors has a power to restore people that can’t be found anywhere else. more
The Taos County Planning Commission met for a regular meeting Wednesday (August 14) to discuss a new cell phone tower near the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge. The Commission unanimously approved the … more
George Dreher's property borders Carson National Forest. He's got timber and meadows. On July 17, he may have preferred being up on his land but chose instead to spend two … more
Two public meetings about the implementation of Taos Pueblo Indian Water Rights Settlement, aka Abeyta Settlement, will be scheduled in the next few months in … more
It was a skier who unintentionally triggered the avalanche in Taos Ski Valley in January that resulted in the deaths of two young men, according to a Forest Service … more
Calling Native leaders’ thoughts on climate change — U.S. Sen. Tom Udall (D-NM) is part of a group of senators seeking input from American Indian community leaders about the impacts of … more
When the Carson National Forest got word that the U.S. Christmas tree for 2019 would come from the forest around Questa, the news kicked off a search for the perfect … more
Now that Northern New Mexico is well into fire season, there's been more wildfires, prescribed burns and smoke to keep track of. At least 10 wildfires were burning across New Mexico as of Wednesday … more
A lightning caused wildfire burning in the Santa Fe National Forest is putting out a lot of smoke, which as of Tuesday (July 9) evening, was settling over Taos.  The smoke is most likely from … more
Fire managers just a little south of Taos are upset.The Santa Fe National Forest put out a press release last week (June 26) that aired their biggest frustration: … more
Wildland firefighters are only a quarter of the way through a planned prescribed burn at the top of Taos Canyon but will take a one-day pause for the Fourth of July … more
Atop Santa Fe Baldy, Bruce Gillen reclined against a pile of rocks, listening to the sound of wind whipping across the peak.As Gillen looked out at layers of … more
Farmers, local leaders and concerned citizens gathered at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural Center on Thursday (June 27) for an all-day symposium on local water issues … more
Smoke reported east of Taos over the last two days was from a planned burn in the Carson National Forest. "Fire managers from the Camino Real Ranger District successfully completed 80 acres … more
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